The CDC has issued a recall notice advising consumers to throw away products grown in Salinas, California.
The recall affects more than 40 pork products produced by Morris Meat Packing between November 25, 2017 to November 9, 2019, that was sent to distributors and retailers in Illinois.
Almost 100,000 pounds' worth of salad products have had to be recalled after samples of lettuce tested positive for the potentially deadly E. Coli strain 0157:H7.
The USDA released a class I notice on November 9, 2019 after samples of affected products tested positive for a potentially deadly bacteria, Listeria monocytogenes.
The notice comes after a review of laboratory certificates found the salmon may be harboring a potentially deadly bacteria—Clostridium botulinum.
In addition to failing to go through the usual food inspection processes, the products came from Vietnam—a country that is not eligible to export poultry products to the U.S. or any meat products aside from catfish.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria is on the rise in livestock, which could affect human health.
The salmonella bacteria can cause symptoms including diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps, according to the CDC.
Natalie Rawnsley fell ill after dining at a buffet in Greece with her husband and two sons.
"If you ate a salad from McDonald's since mid-May and developed diarrhea and fatigue, contact a health care provider about testing and treatment," a health official said.
A 34-year-old woman went to her doctor with gas and cramps she believed were a product of food poisoning.
Investigators also say the woman fled Russia for New York after killing her neighbor and driving for hours with the burned corpse in her passenger's seat.